Today@UNL | Fulbright to fund human rights study in Brazil; Poser chairs search for new provost

Lindsey Andersen (Photo by Craig Chandler, University Communications)
Lindsey Andersen (Photo by Craig Chandler, University Communications)

Andersen selected for Fulbright scholarship to Brazil

Lindsey Andersen, a political science and international studies major, has been named a Fulbright Scholar. The Omaha native plans to use her Fulbright to travel to São Paulo, Brazil, to research the role of grassroots human rights movements in Brazil’s transitional justice efforts. Continue reading…

Poser chairs search for new provost

The University of Nebraska has commenced a national search for the position of executive vice president and provost. The 10-member search committee is chaired by Susan Poser, dean of the College of Law. NU President James B. Milliken hopes to name a new person to the post this summer. Continue reading…

Moreau to discuss lipid disorders April 4

Regis MoreauThe Nebraska Gateway for Nutrigenomics seminar series continues with a noon, April 4 lecture by Regis Moreau, assistant professor in nutrition and health sciences. The lecture, which is in the East Union, is free and open to faculty, staff and students. Continue reading…

Originally published April 3, 2012 - Submit an Item